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  • California flu deaths hit 202; infant dies from whooping cough

    California flu deaths hit 202; infant dies from whooping cough
    Confirmed influenza deaths of Californians under the age of 65 reached 202 this week, state health officials said, with 26 deaths confirmed in Los Angeles County. Speaking with reporters Friday, California Department of Public Health communicable...
  • Development of inguinal hernia usually related to increased pressure in abdomen

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What causes an inguinal hernia? Will I need surgery to repair it even if it's not painful? If so, what does the surgery involve? ANSWER: Although the cause isn't always apparent, an inguinal hernia occurs when a weakened area in your...
  • Ailments diminish, air improvements are notable after oil field closes

    Ailments diminish, air improvements are notable after oil field closes
    Maria de la Cruz is doing something these days she says she hasn't done in years. She lets her grandchildren play in the living room — and even opens the windows to let air circulate. Ever since Allenco Energy Inc. shut down its oil field across...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Cold weather does not cause colds!

    It's been bitterly cold across the country lately, including in my home state of Texas. We've survived "icemageddon," which is finally starting to subside and kids around here are back in school. One theme I keep hearing from parents is that cold weather...
  • More teens think pot is safe, alcohol and drug use down, survey finds

    Fewer adolescents think smoking pot is risky than a decade ago, but the use of other drugs, including “bath salts,” Ecstasy and tobacco, dropped in the same period, according to an annual nationwide survey. The Monitoring the Future survey,...
  • What kind of classical music year was it? Let us count the ways

     What kind of classical music year was it? Let us count the ways
    The year began badly for Riccardo Muti – and, by extension, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra – when the maestro suffered a bout of flu followed by hernia surgery within only a couple of weeks in January. These latest health setbacks forced...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Get smart about antibiotics this cold and flu season

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics collaborated on an online article for publication in the December issue of Pediatrics which offers updated guidance on treating respiratory tract infections in...
  • Federal indictment hits unusual target: Russian medicine

    When federal authorities indicted an alleged Pikesville crime ring on charges of trafficking millions of dollars' worth of smuggled cigarettes, they also accused the group of moving an unusual piece of contraband: a medication sold over the counter in...
  • Rounding out the year

    A minor anniversary passed without notice a week ago. It was on December 20, 2005, that the first You Don't Say post was published.  Some of you have been on hand for the full eight years, showing a remarkable tolerance for the number of times I...
  • Fall can trigger allergy symptoms in children

    Fall can trigger allergy symptoms in children
    The beginning of the school year is a time when allergy symptoms in children may flare up. Dr. Manav Singla, a specialist at the Asthma Allergy & Sinus Center in Baltimore, said the change in fall temperature, allergens and environment during this time...
  • Ravens fans talk back to, work around empty CBS coverage

    My review of Sunday's sad CBS telecast of the Ravens loss to the Browns focused on the way tweets from Sun reporters provided what the network should have given viewers but didn't. Jeff Zrebiec, who was in Cleveland to write a game story for The Sun,...